Well, this answer reflects my own understanding of the topic, so take it with a grain of salt.
First, I don't think this statement is correct.
Allah doesn't even remove all those illnesses of the heart like jealousy, hatred, greed. I mentioned this last point in particular because I read that repentance removes all the bad effects of sin.
Pardoning the ...
From the moment I started reading the Quran and taking an interest in following Islam and the Prophet (saws) I stopped using that "loan" services. If the operator had debited the same amount as was credited there I would see no problem. Mainly because of this ayat:
Those who consume interest cannot stand [on the Day of Resurrection]
except as one ...
It’s mentioned in several hadith regarding for-play!
On shouldn’t do it without prior play to make the women relaxed and ready! As this could hurt her! How far the play can go, there is no clear Hadith evidence of anything haram!
But from the science point of view, one should not do things that cause spread of disease!
Allah knows best
I do believe that looking at the internal organs of a human, any other animal or living/non-living being is permissible for medical or educational purposes as this allows us to have a better understanding of the human anatomy. However it is best to use an animal as a muslim after death should really be buried. But I'm not a scholar.
Today I’m with some of my friends which belongs to very Islamic cultural background, while talking about sharia one of my friend tell us that to recite wazaif ( tasbihat) is not good.
There's nothing wrong with doing zikr out loud so long as you are not disturbing other people; and if you are not doing this to attract attention to your own piety.
There are some people that they say the current situation of a person by looking at the quran and the facts in it... For example they say " i have a feeling that you will get married soon" , " you are going through bad days?"
Is these type of predictions taken by looking at the quran is right or wrong? Is it a sin?
The Hadith to be considered is:
It was narrated that Jabir bin ‘Abdullah said: “The Messenger of Allah
(ﷺ) said: The best rows for men are the front rows and the worst rows
are the back rows, and the best rows for women are the back rows and
the worst are the front rows.”
So before a prayer starts, above is the recommended sequence.